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Malloy appoints two to ed board

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has appointed Erin Benham and Maria Mojica to the State Board of Education, his office announced.

Higher One adds MassBay Capital co-founder to board

Higher One Holdings, a New Haven provider of financial services to college students, said it has appointed Thomas Anderson to its board of directors.

UConn drops in greenest school's ranking

UConn dropped from first to ninth in the Sierra Club's ranking of the 173 greenest colleges in country.

Construction Institute executive director to retire

Bill Cianci, the long-time executive director of the Construction Institute at the University of Hartford, will retire on Dec. 31.

State launches college savings incentives

Under a recently passed law, the state will contribute up to $250 to college savings accounts established for newborn and adopted children, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's office announced.

CT borrows $510M in bond sale

The state completed a $510 million bond sale Wednesday that will be used to finance school construction, economic development and housing programs, Treasurer Denise L. Nappier announced.

Quinnipiac tops CT colleges in “party school” ranking

Quinnipiac University moved up one spot to 41st in the country in an annual ranking of best party schools by college nightlife website Fiesta Frog.

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Business exec. takes comm. college reins

Bernat Ivancsics |

James Lombella isn't new to leadership roles. The recently selected president of Enfield's Asnuntuck Community College earned his management and executive stripes in the private sector, first as the...

Art Institute’s costly saga of trying to open in CT

Gregory Seay |

Beneath a partly blue sky on July 9, moving day finally arrived for The Art Institute of Connecticut, the newest outpost in a national chain of for-profit degree campuses, and the two floors it...

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